The town plans to repair 14 Natick roads in 2012, town engineer Mark Coviello told the Board of Selectmen at a meeting Monday night.
In the upcoming fiscal year, which starts July 1, town crews will repave the following streets:
- Kansas Street
- Rockland Street
- Farwell Street
- Jennings Pond Road
- Grove Street
- Shore Road
- Laconia Road
- Erlandson Road
- East Evergreen Road (Farrant Road to Wentworth Road)
- Flynn Street
- Rutledge Road (Wentworth Road to East Evergreen Road)
- Stanley Street
- Wedgewood Road
- Wentworth Road
Both Rockland Street and Farwell Street will be partially covered by mitigation funds from the South Natick Hills development.
MacArthur Road was originally scheduled for this year, but has been moved to next year because the water department has not finished replacing the water services under the road, which is typically done before road repaving.
Flynn Street, Stanley Street, Wedgewood Road, Wentworth Road and East Evergreen Road, which were originally scheduled for next year, were moved up on the schedule because they are deteriorating quickly, said Coviello.
Rockland Street residents recently met with Town Administrator Martha White to discuss possibly installing sewer drains and sidewalks, but White said the narrow road has a significant amount of ledge and the homes are too close together to do so at this time. The long-term plan, White said, is to install sewer on Cottage Street, which may make it more possible to then install sewer on Rockland, but this may take several years. For now, the road will only be resurfaced.